You may check your financial aid without submitting the admission deposit, but you must submit the admission deposit before completing any of the other steps on the checklist.
Accept your admission by paying the $200 admission deposit. The $200 deposit will be applied toward tuition costs for the first semester enrolled. Read more about the admission deposit
Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Roosevelt's school code is 001749. While loans are the primary source of funding for graduate school, you may wish to pursue graduate scholarship and/or graduate assistantship opportunities. Read more about financial aid
In order to pay your admission deposit online, check your financial aid package, and submit your housing contract, you will need to login to RU Access with your 9-digit Roosevelt ID number that is listed on your admission letter. If you need your ID number, please contact the Office of Admission at 877-277-5978 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Login to your Roosevelt Student Email account to receive pertinent information during the admission process.
Planning to live on campus? Roosevelt offers apartments suited for graduate students. Complete the housing application on RU Access and submit the $500 housing pre-payment to reserve your spot. The priority deadline for spring housing is December 1 and the priority deadline for fall housing is May 1. Read more about university housing
If you haven't already done so, we encourage you to visit campus. Arrange a campus visit and check out our schedule of events
You must schedule an appointment with your faculty advisor to select classes. Registration for fall classes begin March 1 and registration for spring classes begins November 1.
Please visit the Office of Student Accounts website to learn about payment options. Bills are emailed to Roosevelt student email accounts. If you need help understanding your student account, please call us at 312-341-3570 in Chicago or 847-619-7974 in Schaumburg. Payment arrangements for the fall semester are due by July 31 and by December 15 for the spring semester.
You will be invited to participate in graduate orientation scheduled close to the start of the semester. Participants will learn more about campus facilities, library resources, and student services. You will meet other new graduate students and make connections to University staff, faculty, and current students.
New students are required to submit an immunization record. Students living on campus are required to have health insurance. Read more about immunization and health insurance policies.
Get your Roosevelt ID card so you can check out books from the library, attend student activities, use computer labs, and much more Read more about your Roosevelt ID card
If you have not done so already, you must submit final copies of official transcript(s) from all educational institutions that you have previously attended. This is necessary to complete your admission to the university. If you are currently enrolled in classes at another institution, arrange now to have an official copy of your final transcripts sent to Roosevelt after your final grades are recorded. Transcripts must be received in a sealed envelope from the institution. Submit all documents to the Office of Admission; call 877-277-5978 or email email@example.com if you have questions.
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